Category: 2020 notices

announcement of next meeting

Free TV Licence for over 75’s to end from August 1st!

How come the BBC has to foot the bill for what is a universal pensioner benefit – the over 75’s Concessionary TV licence?

A group of Hornsey Pensioners opposing the loss of the over 75’s TV licence will stand in protest outside the BBC Television Tower at Alexandra Palace from 11.00 to 11.30 on Thursday July 30th.

See the National Pensioners Convention press release and petitions to be signed. NPC urge you to sign and share the Age UK petition online at

Maureen Childs appeared on ITV GMB Friday 10 July

Wake up call to Save the BBC!

The Co-operative Party says ‘Licence-fee payers should be made individual members of the BBC Trust, and treated as such, with greater say over how it is run and the service it provides.’

Defend the Beeb
see letter in Ham & High Broadway July 23rd.

July & August 2020 Bulletins – Keep Safe!

Keep us Safe Boris!
Demand what you want for the 72nd birthday of the NHS.
Follow the Covid-19 Find, Test, Trace, Isolate & Support (FTTIS) as advised by Independent SAGE

Keep up with the rules for easing Lockdown.

Keep in touch: useful information March 2020

While public meetings cannot be held, Hornsey Pensioners Action Group will keep in contact with members. Comments are welcome.

‘Social distancing’ or ‘self -isolating’ can be a strain. Find help though these links.
  • A group of therapists who will provide free online support to vulnerable people from Monday:
  • Advice for everyone from Mind:
  • local groups are listed here https//
Is the government doing enough? see Janet’s letter to her MP.

CANCELLED Meeting March 18th 2020

Apologies for cancellation. Note that future meetings cannot be held until Government guidelines change.

The talk was to be ‘Celebrating the NHS at 70: The Story of Our Lives’
Unfortunately Dr. Peter Mitchell, Oral History and Public Engagement Officer had to self-isolate

AGM and Meeting February 19th 2020

2020 Annual General Meeting and

“Relocation of Moorfields Eye Hospital to a new site in King’s Cross”

Oriel – creating the centre for advancing eye health

Wednesday February 19th at 1.30pm

Hornsey Parish Church Hall, Cranley Gardens, N10 3AH,
entrance through car park, doors open from 1pm.
Buses W7 W3 144 stop nearby

Social care documents:

January 22nd 2020

The Social Care Crisis and Campaign Challenges

Gordon Peters, Chair of Haringey Over 50’s Forum

Also hopefully Judy Downey, Chair Relatives & Residents Association

Cllr. Sarah James is expected at 2.30pm

Wednesday January 22nd 2020 at 1.30pm.

Hornsey Parish Church Hall, Cranley Gardens, N10 3AH

Entrance on Cranley Gardens through car park.  Doors open at 1pm.
buses W7, W3, 144 stop nearby
See page 3 of the E notice for links to other commentaries on the Social Care Crisis.